NEW 2021-2023 In-Colors!

I am squealing with excitement!  The new catalog is coming and I have some sneak peaks for you.  This is one of the Best parts of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator... you can enjoy this perk too by joining My Team, Lisa's Creative Crew

NEW CATALOG!  NEW COLORS!  NEW STAMPS!  NEW DIES!  and more!

I am squealing with excitement because the New 2021-2023 In-Colors have been revealed and I am here to share them with you. 

2021-2023 In-Colors

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Oooohhhhh..... they are so lovely, and beautiful and soft, and well, I could just go on.  I am extremely sad that the 2019-2021 In-Colors will be retired effective May 3, 2021 but these new colors sure does make for an easier transition.  

First, make sure you do not miss any products still available for Purple Posy, Terracotta Tile, Rococo Rose, Seaside Spray and Pretty Peacock and take a look at the Last-Chance Product Sale going on now until May 3, 2021, while supplies last!

One more thing... here is a peak at the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog cover:

2021-2022 Catalog Cover

I cannot wait to be able to share the entire catalog with you!


St. Patrick's Day Projects

I know St. Patrick's Day was a couple of weeks ago, but I still wanted to show you how I used some of my favorite retiring products to make these three cards!  Last-Chance Sale is happening now and items are available while supplies last.  Download Last Chance List

You can catch my Facebook Live Video where I showed these being made.  I go Live every Wednesday at 8:30 pm EST.  I hope you can join me. 

Card 1:  Just Jade In Stripes

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Details:

  1. I used Just Jade Card Stock for the base and word dies (Word Wishes Dies)
  2. Forever Greenery DSP (the stripes) cut 2 x 3-3/4"
  3. Hearts to make the clover are from the Wreath Builder Dies and cut from Shaded Spruce CS
  4. Ribbon is Fine Art Ribbon from 2021 Mini Catalog   

Card 2:  Hearts of Clover

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Details:

  1. I used Garden Green Card Stock and Ink
  2. The background stamp & words are from A Little Lace stamp set
  3. The Heart Punch Pack was used for the clover. I punched 8 hearts and scored the top layer and adhered on the score line
  4. Color a Rhinestone any color you want with our Stampin' Blends Markers!

Card 3:  A Spray of Green

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Details:

  1. Granny Apple Green card base
  2. Basic Black layers are 3-7/8 x 5-1/8 and 1-3/8 x 2-1/4 
  3. Artistry Blooms DSP cut 4 x 5-1/4"
  4. Basic White cut 3 x 4 and 1-1/4 x 2-1/8
  5. Words from A Wish for Everything stamp set and stamped in Granny Apply Green
  6. Flower dies from the Wreath Builder Dies with Rhinestones set in the middle
  7. The stems are hand drawn with Basic Black marker
  8. Pop the rectangle with words

Don't miss out on.... Last Chance

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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Saying Goodbye Is Hard To Do

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Thank you so much for stopping by our We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop.  This hop is a little bitter sweet as we have to say goodbye to some of our favorite Stampin' Up! products.  Whether it is a stamp set, dies, a punch or accessory, there are a lot of items we will need to bid farewell very soon.

So make sure you don't miss the Last-Chance Product Sale 

Last Chance

What will I be missing? The 2019-2021 In-Colors!  Pretty Peacock, Purple Posy, Rococo Rose, Seaside Spray and Terracotta Tile.   How about you?

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My project features several retiring products so lets take a look:

  • 2019-2021 In-Color classic ink pads
  • 2019-2021 In-Color card stock
  • A Little Lace stamp set
  • Stitched Lace Dies
  • Stitched Shapes Dies
  • Silver 3/8" Metallic Edge Ribbon

I made five cards showing the retiring colors.... well, kind of.  You will have to Watch My Video to see what I did for Terracotta Tile. 

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Don't forget you can Buzzzzz back to see Linda Bauwin's post again or Buzzzzz on Next to Karen Burke's  project by click on below buttons.  

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